New Hampshire Name Changes 1835

LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
AN ACT to alter the names of certain persons therein mentioned BE it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in the General Court convened, That from and after the passge of this act, the several persons herein named shall be called and known by the names which by this act they are respectively allowed to assume, viz:

Levi Bartlett Mardin of Hawke may take the name of Levi Bartlett
Chase Prescott Tebbets of Gilford may take the name of Charles Carroll Tebbets
Polly Farrar of Meredith may take the name of Polly Marstin
Moses Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Moses Gilman
Betsey Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Betsy Gilman
Riley Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Riley Gilman
Drusilla Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Drusilla Gilman
Eliza Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Eliza Gilman
Solomon Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Solomon Gilman
Adeline Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Adeline Gilman
Brackeet H. Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Brackett H. Gilman
Micajah Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Micajah Gilman
Lucinda Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Lucinda Gilman
Mary Ann Leathers of Strafford may take the name of Mary Ann Gilman
Seth Fish of Exeter may take the name of Seth Agustus Chase
Jonathan Hill of Alton may take the name of Jonathan P. Hill
Amos Caverly of Sanbornton may take the name of Amos W. Williams
James Rundlet #d of Epping may take the name of James Lawrence Rundlet
Jeremiah Leavitt 3d of Effingham may take the name of Jeremiah Greenleaf Leavitt
John Wentworth 2d of Somersworth may take the name of John Benning Wentworth
Polly Adams Marble of Cornish may take the name of Persia Baker Underwood Marble
Fisher Ames French of Loudon may take the name of Charles French
–Approved June 27, 1835

Laws of New-Hampshire
New-Hampshire Statesman and State Journal (Concord, New Hampshire), Saturday, July 18, 1835

 

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